What's on in Warialda, New England Region NSW
Warialda is a small historic town located in the New England and North West Region of New South Wales that lies in the heart of a major tourism area. Warialda is situated on the Fossickers Way about 640 km north-west of Sydney and close to Armidale, which is the major town in the region and offers a large variety of entertainment venues. Warialda is enclosed by lush and very scenic bushland that is ideal for fossicking, bushwalking, camping, 4WD adventures, bird-watching and exploring the magnificent wilderness in the district. Some of the major attractions and events in and around Warialda include: # A self-guided walking tour through Warialda that includes many historic buildings and heritage locations # Enjoy fishing, canoeing, camping, kayaking and boating at the magnificent Copeton Waters
State Park # You can go fishing in the waters of the Gwydir River # Go fossicking for gold and semi-precious stones # Enjoy the The Warialda Off-Road 200 event in September # Visit the fascinating Ceramic Break Sculpture Park # Visit to historic Carinda House, that was built in 1889 # See the Warialda Heritage Centre that features the famous Wells Mineral and Gem Collection # Explore the Cranky Rock Reserve.
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